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Devin Cole is an American professional mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter. He is a veteran of the Portland Wolfpack in the International Fight League.

BiographyEdit

Cole has wrestled his entire life, from third grade through college. In 2001 he became received All-American honors while leading Southern Oregon University to a national championship. While coaching at Southern Oregon University that Cole coached fellow IFL fighter and TUF contestant Mike Whitehead. He credits Whitehead for getting him involved in MMA.

On July 9, 2005, Devin began his pro MMA career at the SF11: Rumble on the Rose Garden event, where he defeated Ricco Hatting by unanimous decision.

ArrestEdit

On June 14, 2008, Cole was arrested by the Medford, Oregon police department and charged with first-degree rape, two counts of first-degree sodomy and two counts of first-degree sexual penetration. The charged were later reduced to assault in the fourth degree and sexual harassment, to which Cole plead guilty. He was sentenced to 60 days in jail.

MMA recordEdit

Result Record Opponent Method Event Title Date Round Time
Win 12-7-1 Garren Smith TKO (Punches) Brass Knuckle Promotions 12/19/2009 1 2:40
Win 11-7-1 Josh Bennett TKO (Punches) Brass Knuckle Promotions 8/22/2009 2 1:58
Win 10-7-1 Mike Hayes Decision (Unanimous) Rumble on the Ridge 4 8/15/2009 3 3:00
Draw 9-7-1 Mike Hayes Majority Draw Fight Night: Bikes & Brawls 6/27/2009 3 5:00
Win 9-7 DJ Linderman Decision (Unanimous) Brass Knuckle Promotions 5/16/2009 3 3:00
Loss 8-7 DJ Linderman Submission (Rear Naked Choke) Brass Knuckle Promotions 1/24/2009 1 4:28
Win 8-6 United States flag Vince Lucero TKO (Knees) Palace Fighting Championship 8 5/8/2008 1 1:17
Loss 7-6 United States flag Orvil Palmer Decision (Split) IFL-Everett 6/1/2007 3 4:00
Win 7-5 United States flag Bryan Vetell KO (Punches) IFL-Connecticut 4/13/2007 2 1:42
Loss 6-5 Brazil flag Rafael Feijao TKO (Punches) IFL-Atlanta 2/23/2007 2 0:26
Loss 6-4 United States flag Ben Rothwell KO (Kick) IFL-Championship Final 12/29/2006 1 3:16
Loss 6-3 Canada flag Krzysztof Soszynski Submission (Armbar) IFL-World Championship Semifinals 11/2/2006 2 1:14
Loss 6-2 Brazil flag Allan Goes Submission (Guillotine Choke) IFL-Portland 9/9/2006 1 2:05
Win 6-1 United States flag Travis Wiuff Decision (Unanimous) IFL-Championship 2006 6/3/2006 3 4:00
Win 5-1 United States flag Carlos Cline Decision (Unanimous) IFL-Legends Championship 2006 4/29/2006 3 4:00
Win 4-1 United States flag Mike Kyle TKO (Strikes) WEC 18-Unfinished Business 1/13/2006 2 2:56
Loss 3-1 United States flag Jeff Monson Decision XFC-Dome of Destruction 3 10/15/2005 3 5:00
Win 3-0 Canada flag Ulysses Castro TKO NFC 4-National Fighting Challenge 4 9/9/2005 1 2:42
Win 2-0 United States flag Brian Stromberg Submission UCF-Night of Champions 8/27/2005 N/A
Win 1-0 United States flag Ricco Hatting Decision (Unanimous) SF 11-Rumble at the Rose Garden 7/9/2005 3 5:00

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